Extend the Life of Your Air Conditioner

ac maintenance referralWithout exception, your home’s heating and cooling system is a major purchase for your household. It only makes sense that you should take steps to ensure the longest life possible for this important investment.

From the moment they’re installed and activated, though, systems immediately begin losing efficiency. This is due to dirt and build-up in addition to normal wear and tear, causing increased run times, substantially decreased performance, and higher utility bills. These various factors have a cumulative effect and, given enough time, they can result in enormous financial losses, increased health risks, and an extremely shortened lifespan for your system. Although some of the more basic maintenance tasks (like changing air filters) can be done by individuals, you still will need regular professional help to keep your system running as efficiently as possible.

Fortunately, Alert Air Conditioning & Heating specializes in offering comprehensive preventative maintenance for the HVAC system in your home or business. Our skilled technicians excel at finding and stopping minor issues before they become major problems. Performed bi-annually, our Precision Tune-ups restore system performance capacity, improve comfort, reduce asthma and respiratory risks, and maintain lower energy costs.

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Why Routine Service Agreement, AlertCare?

Alert AC
AC Maintenance Agreement
  • Maintains High Efficiency
  • Lengthens Equipment Life
  • Avoids costly Breakdowns
  • Peace of Mind
  • Maintain Your Service History
  • Send scheduling Reminders
  • Replacement Quotes
  • Service repairs
  • Annual Renewals
  • Emergency Service
  • Offer Call Ahead Notices
  • Season specials

What we do

Alert AC

Air Handler

  • Check condition and operation of thermostat
  • Check high and low voltages
  • Check blower motor amps
  • Check heat strip amps
  • Check condition of drive belts
  • Check for loose or corroded connections
  • Inspect for visible signs of oil which may indicate refrigerant leak
  • Test capacitor microfarad
  • Inspect condition of relay/contactors
  • Clean auxiliary drain pan
  • Check temp drop across evaporator
  • Clean out primary drain line
  • Inspect drain line for proper grade and support
  • Inspect condition of evaporator coil
  • Check the float switch breaks “red” – safety feature

Heat Pump/AC Condenser

  • Check high and low voltages
  • Check compressor amp
  • Inspect for visible signs of oil which may indicate a refrigerant leak
  • Check refrigerant charge
  • Clean condenser coil (does not include deep chemical cleaning)
  • Test capacitor microfarad
  • Inspect condition of relay/contactors
  • Check for loose or corroded connections
  • Clean interior of unit & removal of leaves
  • Check operation of defrost board (heat pump)
  • Inspect condition of relay/contactors

Duct System

  • Check filter condition – change if supplied by owner/clean disposable filters
  • Check and confirm proper filter size
  • Check duct system condition

 

Furnace

  • Check condition and operation of thermostat
  • Check high and low voltage
  • Check blower motor amps
  • Check combustion blower amps
  • Inspect heat exchanger
  • Check for loose or corroded connections
  • Inspect gas piping
  • Inspect flue vent
  • Check temp drop across burner

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